The COVID-19 Crisis and Its Aftermath: University of Oxford and Imperial College London Session

The COVID-19 Crisis and Its Aftermath: University of Oxford and Imperial College London Session

Colin Mayer, Claudia Custodio, Luca Enriques, Renee Adams, David Kershaw, John Armour

April 30 2020

The COVID-19 Crisis and Its Aftermath: Corporate Governance Implications and Policy Challenges. 24 hour webinar. University of Oxford and Imperial College London session hosted by Colin Mayer (Said Business School, University of Oxford). Moderators included: Claudia Custodio (Imperial College Business School) and David Kershaw (London School of Economics and Political Science). Speakers included: Juanita Gonzalez-Uribe (London School of Economics and Political Science), Diana Bonfim (Banco de Portugal), Ramana Nanda (Imperial College Business School), Karen Mills (Harvard Business School), Colin Mayer (Said Business School, University of Oxford), Renee Adams (Said Business School, University of Oxford), Mary Johnstone-Louis    (Said Business School, University of Oxford), Judith Stroehle (Said Business School, University of Oxford), John Armour (University of Oxford, Faculty of Law), Luca Enriques (University of Oxford, Faculty of Law) and Maribel Saez (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
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(24 Hour Global Webinar) It is already clear that the COVID-19 pandemic will have dire economic consequences, and collective thought is being applied to what policies can better ensure societies’ resilience and their quick and dynamic recovery once the crisis is over. Corporate governance scholars can help devise sound and effective policies for this purpose. This global webinar convened scholars, practitioners and policymakers with the aim of sharing evidence-based insights for the common good.

April 02 2020

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